This is the shortest of the par 4’s on the course. The tee shot should split the Wicket Gate made up of the two solid oaks. Since distance is not as important as accuracy, perhaps a fairway wood or long iron off the tee would be a wise choice. A driver brings the fairway bunkers on the left into play but leaves only a half wedge second shot. A severe ridge running from left to right bisects this well-bunkered green. To have a reasonable birdie putt, you must be on the front or the back of this green depending upon the flag location. Do not let the distance of this hole deceive you.